As the Library switches to an alternative opening hours schedule during the Easter vacation, so do the Library Café and Library Shop.
From Monday 3rd April through until Friday 28th April, the Library Café will be open from 9am – 4pm week days, but closed at weekends. Please be aware that this includes this weekend, 1st – 2nd April, even though the Library is open as usual. For the Bank Holiday Weekend, Saturday 29th April – Monday 1st May, the Café will be open from 10am – 5pm.
The Library Shop will be closed for the duration of the Easter vacation.
It’s not just the Library that is open longer during the January 24-7 period – the Library Café and Library Shop will also be keeping their doors open for extra time as well!
From Monday 9th January to Wednesday 1st February, the Library Café will be open 9am – 11pm Monday to Friday, and 10am – 9pm on Saturday and Sunday.
From Monday 9th January to Wednesday 1st February, the Library Shop will be open 9am – 4pm Monday to Friday, and 10am – 4pm on Saturday and Sunday.
In addition, to meet the extra demand for refreshments during one of the busiest times of the year in the Library, the Library Café will be hosting an Express Coffee Stand (pictured above), situated in the café seating area, which will be providing quick drinks and snacks for those who don’t like the size of the queue in the serving area! This stand will be open 9am – 3pm Monday to Friday only.
The University will be holding Open Days on Friday 23rd September and Saturday 24th September. Visitors, students and staff should be aware that campus, and in particular the Library, will likely be extremely busy on both days.
The Library will again be hosting several displays and stands by other support services within the University on both days, and will be taking up temporary residence this week on Level 3. As such, certain study areas on this level will be unavailable during this time.
Open Day June 2016 image by Amy Zheng.
The Library Café will also be switching to its vacation time opening hours schedule during the Easter holiday period (21st March – 18th April).
Week days, the Café will open at 9am and close at 4pm.
The café will be closed at weekends. It will also be closed from Good Friday (25th March) until the following Tuesday (29th March) along with the rest of the Library.
The Library Shop will be closed for the entire duration of the Easter vacation.
Some advance warning to people planning to visit the Library next Wednesday, 23rd December and on Saturday 2nd January, that the Library Café will be CLOSED all day on both days.
Vending machines supplying hot drinks and snacks will still be available, and there are other outlets on campus that will be open on both days. You can find details via this link:
We apologise in advance for any inconvenience.
Starting this week, the Library Café will be open for business from 9am instead 9.30am – which means early birds can get their caffeine fix even earlier than usual!
We would politely ask, though, that visitors not eat all the delicious sausage & bacon breakfast cobs they serve up before Library staff can get to them!
The Library Shop will be closed tomorrow morning (14th January) between 10am-12.30pm. The Library Café will remain open and available for refreshments as usual.
We apologise for any inconvenience.
When you visit the Library Cafe this month you might be surprised by the presence of a strange machine that promises not coffee, but predictions!
The Prediction Machine is a cross between an end of the pier fortune telling machine, a TV weather forecast and the TARDIS from Doctor Who. The machine uses the meteorological data from Loughborough University’s weather station to print out predictions based on the weather now and what is being predicted for the future.
The Prediction Machine is an interactive installation which has been developed using the input of a series of workshops, creating a dialogue around the changes in weather and climate, and has been created by the artist Rachel Jacobs in collaboration with Matt Little, Ian Jones (Sherwood Wood), Matthew Gates, Robin Shackford, Juliet Robson, Dr Candice Howarth and Dr Carlo Buontempo.
It will be on display in the Library Cafe from today for a fortnight. This will be followed by final public event that will marks changes in the climate that are experienced by the local residents and users of the machine over the duration of the exhibition. More information about this event will be announced later on the LU Arts website.
For more details about the installation, visit the artists’ website here:
The Library Cafe will be closed all day next Friday, 20th June, for essential maintenance work.
The Library Shop will remain open all day as an alternative source of refreshments.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.